Opponents of Atlantic Ocean seismic survey are launching a campaign to stop it due to a negative impact on marine life.
Global Advisors on Smokefree Policy (GASP) Executive Director Karen Blumenfeld says her organization wants a 100 percent smoke-free environment in public spaces.
With hurricane season beginning June 1, Monmouth County has rolled out a new program for emergency preparedness.
Military Park in Newark has been renovated to bring in visitors.
Rutgers University Associate Research Professor Dr. Daniel Van Abs says it could cost New Jersey anywhere from $4 billion to $9 billion to fix the over 100-year-old water infrastructures in about 21 ...
A fish kill in South Jersey has left a mess. Public works crews have disposed of nearly 3.5 tons of dead fish so far.
Fisherman's Energy COO and General Counsel Paul Gallagher says that the company is going to have the matter of its off-shore wind farm proposal litigated in court.
Tens of thousands of menhaden or bunker, fish have been found dead in Shark River.
A recent federal report claims climate change will be causing higher temperatures in the summer.
Tests found toxins, including lead, in the soil beneath a Lambertville playground.
The Army Corps of Engineers plans to notch up jetties as part of a beach replenishment project, which recreational fishermen say will destroy conditions where they currently fish.
Former NJ Pinelands Commis. Ficcaglia says she was replaced because she voted against a 22-mile natural gas pipeline.
NJ Turnpike Authority cut down trees to widen the Parkway, Brick residents say quality of life has decreased.
Another round of flooding hit several areas of New Jersey after heavy rain fell Thursday.
Because the Seaside Park boardwalk is privately owned, its reconstruction has been delayed as property owners negotiate.